The Waters Senior Living celebrates groundbreaking


Left to right: Link Wilson of Kaas Wilson Architects, Mindy Michael of Kaas Wilson Architects, Jason Ruppert of Bremer Bank, Oakdale city council member Lori Pulkrabek, President and COO of The Waters Senior Living Kyle Didier, CEO and Managing Principal of Shelter Corporation/The Waters Senior Living Lynn Carlson Schell, Senior Developer for The Waters Senior Living John Q. Hunsicker, Senior Vice President of The Waters Senior Living Jay Jensen, Lynn Hauger of Growth Resource Partners, Oakdale city council member Stan Karwoski and Oakdale Economic Development Commission Chair Mark Landis took part in The Waters Senior Living ribbon-cutting ceremony Nov. 6. (submitted photo)

On Nov. 6, The Waters Senior Living hosted a groundbreaking ceremony in the Tartan Crossing redevelopment site off of 11th Street and Hadley Avenue in Oakdale. Located on the northern portion of the former Oakdale Mall site, the new facility will include a 92-unit senior housing building on three acres. When completed, the building will offer 64 units of assisted living and 28 units of memory care housing with underground parking, as well as a variety of wellbeing-focused activities, programs and services.

Acting Mayor Lori Pulkrabek, speaking on behalf of the Oakdale City Council, stated, “We are extremely pleased to kick off this exciting redevelopment accomplishment at Tartan Crossing. When finished, this new building will be a wonderful additional to our community, and we look forward to celebrating with The Waters Senior Living when this new facility opens in the fall of 2014.”

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